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ANNUAL REPORTS 



1982 



TOWN OF 



OSSffEE 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Town Officers 



OSSIPEE 



New Hampshire 



TAX RATES 

$8.57 per $100.00 

Unit of Government Rate 

Municipal 1.96 Center Ossipee .47 

County .63 West Ossipee .78 

School 5.98 Ossipee .57 



For the fiscal year ending 
December 31, 1982 

Vital Statistics for 1982 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Town Officers 3 

Warrant 5 

Budget 10 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 14 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 16 

Financial Report 21 

Schedule of Town Property 29 

Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures 31 

Statement of Estimated & Actual Revenue 34 

Balance Sheet 37 

Management Letter 39 

Tax Collector's Report. 42 

Town Clerk's Report 46 

Treasurer's Report 47 

Selectmen's Report 48 

Revenue Sharing Report 64 

Ossipee District Court 65 

Library Report 66 

Trustee of Trust Funds 67 

From the Selectmen's Office 71 

Police Department Report 73 

Ossipee Recreation Department Report 76 

Ossipee Planning Board 78 

Ossipee Conservation Commission 79 

Dog Warden Report 80 

Community Nurse 81 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens 83 

Ossipee Water Department 85 

Ossipee Rescue Squad 87 

Fire Warden's Report 90 

Vital Statistics 91 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 97 

Budget - Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 99 

Ossipee Precinct "A" Financial Report 100 

Budget - Ossipee Precinct "A" 101 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 102 

Budget - West Ossipee Fire Precinct 105 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power Precinct 

Financial Report 107 

Budget - Ossipee Corner Light & Power 

Fire Precinct 112 



TOWN OFFICERS 1982 

Selectmen 

DAVID A. HELME WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

WARREN F. WITHERELL 

Administrative Assistant 
DORQTHY PALMER 

Moderator 

THOMAS A. TRITES 

Treasurer 

THOMAS GALANTE 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 
JOHN SANDERS 

Road Agent 
RODNEY A. WHITE 

Police Dept. 

JOHN E. FOGARTY, Chief 

Water Dept. 

ROLAND STOCKBRIDGE, Supt. 

Recreation Dept. 
WALLACE NUDD, JR. 

Community Nurse 

VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION 

OF WOLFEBORO AND VICINITY, INC. 

Forest Fire Warden 
CLARENCE E. PALMER 



Dog Warden 

MARTHA FRENCH 



Librarian 

BEATRICE SMART 

Library Trustees 
RUTH C. ECKHOFF RUTH M. LORING 

EILEEN LEAVITT 

Trustees of Trust Funds 

LAFAYETTE HARBISON LORETTA R. LYMAN 

CHARLES PINKHAM 

Board of Health 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Ossipee District Court Justice 

LAWRENCE WALSH, ESQ. 
PETER FAUVER, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE 



Clerk 

JUNE LOUD 

Supervisors of the Checklist 
KENWOOD WHITE MILDRED WHITE 

PRISCILLA NUDD 



Representatives to the General Court 
GERARD POWERS, JR. HOWARD SAUNDERS 

BUDGET COMMITTEE 

CHRISTINE POWERS, Chair. 
DONNA E. SARGENT, Seer. GERALD McDUFFEE 

ISAAC BUSWELL, JR. KEITH BROWNELL 

DAVID WALSH RALPH BROWNELL 

RALPH DUBE HARRY ELDRIDGE, JR. 

DAVID HELME 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified to 

vote in town affairs: 

1 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
Center Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on the second 
Tuesday of March, next, being the 8th day of March, 1983, 
at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day to act on the 
following articles, the polls to remain open until six o'clock 
in the afternoon of said day. 

Article 1. To choose a Selectmen for three years, 
Selectmen for two years (unexpired term), library trustee 
for three years, trustee of trust funds for three years, 
treasurer for one year, and all other officers and agents re- 
quired by law to be elected or nominated at the annual 
meeting. 

You are also notified to meet at the Town Hall on the 
second Tuesday of March, next, at seven thirty o'clock in 
the afternoon to act on the following articles : 

Article 2. To see if the Town will appropriate the sum 
of $190,000 to construct a municipal Solid Waste Disposal 
facility and to authorize the Treasurer and Selectmen to 
issue bonds or notes under and pursuant to the Municipal 
Finance Act RSA 33, in order to raise $151,400 of this ap- 
propriation and to authorize the withdrawal of $38,600 for 
this purpose from the Revenue Sharing Fund established 
under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act 
of 1972. (Approved by Budget Committee). 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to transfer tax liens and convey property ac- 



quired by the Town by tax collector's deed by public auc- 
tion (or advertised sealed bid) or in such other manner as 
determined by the Selectmen as justice may require. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to apply for, contract for, and accept grants of 
Federal or State aid, or both, as may become available 
and to do all things necessary to carry out the purpose of 
these grants. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate for the ensuing year the following sums of money 
for the following purposes : 

For Town Officer's Salaries $26,350.00 

For Town Officer's Expenses 46,752.80 

For Election and Registration Expenses 1 ,365.00 

For General Government Buildings 33,400.00 

For Planning and Zoning 3,600.00 

For Legal Expenses 20,000.00 

For Advertising and Regional Associal ions 376.76 

For Police Department 57,000.00 

For Fire Department 4,281 .54 

For Town Maintenance 186,655.78 

For General Highway Department Expenses 27,000.00 

For Town Road Aid 1 ,756.27 

For Highway Subsidy 22,427.09 

For Additional Highway Subsidy 14,460.02 

For Street Lights 1 ,800.00 

For Solid Waste 30,365.00 

For Health Department 18,582.00 

For Hospitals and Ambulances 24,900.00 

For General Assistance 8,000.00 

For Old Age Assistance 9,000.00 

For Libraries 8,500.00 

For Parks and Recreation 21,963.10 

For Patriotic Purposes 700.00 

For Conservation Commission 100.00 
For Principal of Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 64,888.57 



For Interest Expense of Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 64,167.35 
For Interest Expense of Tax 

Anticipation Notes 25,000.00 

For Municipal and District Court Expenses 34,660.00 

For Municipal Water Department 29,036.05 

For Municipal Sewer Department 8,952.76 
For FICA, Retirement and Pension Contributions 27,000.00 

For Insurance 64,861.72 

For Unemployment Compensation 1 ,800.00 

(Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $99,000 for the purchase of a grader 
for Town road maintenance and to authorize the Select- 
men to borrow the sum of $54,000 of this amount by means 
of long term notes and to withdraw the sum of $45,000 from 
the Revenue Sharing Fund established under the provi- 
sions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Ap- 
proved by Budget Committee) 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $2,000 to continue the compiling of the History of 
Ossipee and to authorize the withdrawal of this amount 
from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under the pro- 
visions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Ap- 
proved by Budget Committee) 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1,000 to be held in a special fund to be 
used for the Bicentennial celebration for the Town of 
Ossipee. (Approved by the Budget Committee) 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $10,000 for the removal of Hazar- 
dous Buildings. (Approved by the Budget Committee) 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to apply for 
and accept Federal Housing and Urban Development 
Block Grant Funds in an amount not to exceed $500,000. 



Said funds to be used for Housing Rehabilitation and/or 
economic development projects. The funds to be used as 
direct Grants, low interest loans, or a combination thereof. 
(Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $900 for support of the Community 
Action Outreach Program. (Submitted by Petition) (Not 
recommended by Budget Committee) 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
the Selectmen to negotiate and enter into an agreement 
under RSA 53-A (Agreements Between Government Units) 
with the Towns of Freedom, Effingham, Tamworth, and 
Ossipee to form a Solid Waste Management District or 
subdistrict in order to comply with the requirements of 
RSA Chapter 149-M. (Solid Waste Mangement) 

A vote authorizing the Selectmen to negotiate this 
agreement will only result in the formation of a Solid 
Waste Management District which is for planning pur- 
poses only. Such a vote will not control Solid Waste 
Disposal in the Town, nor require the Town to join in the 
joint use of a common Solid Waste facility. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
the Selectmen to accept on behalf of the Town all of the 
assets of the sewer precinct, known as Precinct A, at such 
time as said precinct votes to dissolve and grant all of its 
assets to the Town. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the 
provisions of RSA 149-1 entitled, 'SEWERS' and dealing 
with the construction, maintenance and regulated use of 
sewer systems. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
the Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of Water 
and Sewer revenues. 



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Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
the Selectmen to accept on behalf of the Town the Summer 
Brook Rearing Station property if it becomes available. 

Article 18. "Shall the citizens of Ossipee, NH ask 
members of the New Hampshire Congressional delegation 
to support or co-sponsor a resolution in the U.S. Congress 
to: Request the President of the United States to propose to 
the Soviet Union that the United States and the Soviet 
Union adopt a mutual freeze on the testing, production, 
and deployment of nuclear weapons and of missiles and 
new aircrafts designed primarily to deliver nuclear 
weapons, with verification safeguards satisfactory to both 
countries." (Submitted by Petition) 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to go on record 
in support of immediate actions by the Federal Govern- 
ment to control and reduce acid rain which is harmful to 
the environment and economy of Ossipee, NH and to the 
health and welfare of the people of Ossipee, NH. (Submit- 
ted by Petition) 

ARTICLE 20. To transact such other business as 
may legally come before the Town Meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this 14th day of February, 
1983. 

DAVID A. HELME 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
WARREN F. WITHERELL 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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ELECTRIC, GAS & PIPELINE OPERATING PLANT 

Name of Company Electric 

Public Service Co. $250,000 

N.H. Electric Coop. Inc. 53,980 



TOTAL $303,980 

Number of Inventories Distributed in 1982 3472 

Number of Inventories Properly completed and Filed in 1982 3149 

ELDERLY EXEMPTION COUNT 

Number of Individuals Applying for an Elderly Exemption 1982 85 at 5,000 

Number of Individuals Granted an Elderly Exemption 1982 85 at 5,000 

CURRENT USE REPORT 

Number of Individual Property Owners who were granted 

Current Use Exemption in 1982 8 

Total Number of Acres Exempted under Current Use in 1982 2049.4 

No. of No. of 

Owners Acres 

FARM LAND 1 9 

FOREST LAND 2 1624 

WILD LAND 4 356.4 

WETLAND 1 60 



TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE OF LAND 
UNDER CURRENT USE $16,749.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was 
taken from official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge and 
belief. 

DAVID A. HELME 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

W. F. WITHERELL 

Selectmen of Ossipee 



15 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 

TAXES ASSESSED 

FOR THE TAX YEAR 1982 

Purposes of Appropriations 



General Government: 




Town officers' salaries 


$26,300.00 


Town officers' expenses 


43,920.00 


Election and Registration expenses 


3,205.00 


General Government Buildings 


31,000.00 


Planning and Zoning 


3,424.00 


Legal Expenses 


15,000.00 


Advertising and Regional Association 376.76 


Public Safety: 




Police Department 


$56,503.97 


Fire Department 


4,281.54 


Highways, Street, Bridges: 




Town Maintenance 


$165,260.01 


General Highway Department 




Expenses 


25,000.00 


Town Road Aid 


1,764.77 


Highway Subsidy 


14,434.56 


Additional Highway Subsidy 


15,824.61 


Street Lights 


1,700.00 


Sanitation: 




Solid Waste Disposal 


11,865.25 


Health: 




Health Department 


$16,300.00 


Hospitals and Ambulances 


21,200.00 


Art. No. 6 Carroll County 




Mental Health 


1,682.00 


Art. No. 7 Center of Hope 


1,500.00 


Welfare: 




General Assistance 


5,500.00 


Old Age Assistance 


9,000.00 


Culture and Recreation: 




Library 


7,500.00 


Parks and Recreation 


20,000.00 


Patriotic Purposes 


400.00 



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Debt Service: 




Principal of Long-Term Bonds & 




Notes 


40,663.57 


Interest Expense - Long-Term Bonds & 


Notes 


13,693.29 


Interest Expense - Tax Anticipation 


Notes 1 


30,000.00 


Capital Outlay: 




Art. No. 8 Police Cruiser 




(Rev. Sharing) 


8,000.00 


Art. No. 9 Highway Truck 




(Rev. Sharing) 


12,500.00 


Art. No. 10 Town History 




(Rev. Sharing) 


2,000.00 


Operating Transfers Out: 




Municipal and District Court 




Expenses 


35,335.00 


Art. No. 11 Bicentennial Fund 


1,000.00 


Miscellaneous: 




Municipal Water Department 


36,230.20 


FICA, Retirement & Pension 




Contributions 


26,274.23 


Insurance 


54,916.96 


Unemployment Compensation 


1,800.00 


Art. No. 12 offset notes Ln. 57 




(Rev. Sharing) 


(23,000.00) 


Art. No. 13 Housing Rehab. HUD 


500,000.00 


Art. No. 1 Covered Bridge 




Renovation 


85,342.00 


Total Appropriations 


$1,350,697.72 



Overlay $ 30,000.00 

SOURCES OF REVENUE 

Taxes: 

Resident Taxes $16,620.00 

Yield Taxes 17,000.00 

Interest and Penalties on Taxes 13,000.00 



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Inventory Penalties 


2,500.00 


Boat Tax 


2,427.85 


Intergovernmental Revenues: 




Meals and Rooms Tax 


$18,165.00 


Interest and Dividends Tax 


11,544.00 


Savings Bank Tax 


21,580.00 


Highway Subsidy 


15,269.00 


Class V Highway Maintenance 




(Duncan) Additional Subsidy 


16,030.00 


Reimb. a/c State -Federal 




Forest Land 


333.00 


Other Reimbursements 




Motor Vehicle Fee (State) 


4,944.00 


Forest Fires 


119.83 


HUD - Housing Rehab. 


500,000.00 


Town Bridge Aid 


42,671.00 


Licenses and Permits: 




Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


$65,000.00 


Dog Licenses 


700.00 


Business Licenses, Permits and 




Filing Fees 


300.00 


District Court 


44,000.00 


Charges for Services: 




Income From Departments 


$7,000.00 


Rent of Town Property 


100.00 


Miscellaneous Revenues: 




Interests on Deposits 


$45,000.00 


N.H. Workers Comp. 


2,538.67 


Other Financing Sources: 




Income from Water and Sewer 




Departments 


$36,230.20 


Revenue Sharing Fund 


45,500.00 


Fund Balance (91,900) 


57,000.00 


Pope Bridge Trust 


42,671.00 


Total Revenues and Creidts 


$1,028,244.00 



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TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

Total Town Appropriations $1,350,698.00 

Total Revenues and Credits 1,028,244.00 

Net Town Appropriations 322,454.00 

Net School Tax Assessments 1,121,862.00 

County Tax Assessment 117,026.00 

Total of Town, School and County 1,561,342.00 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits Tax 

Reimbursement 55,399.00 

ADD War Service Credits 16,383.00 

ADD Overlay 29,999.00 

Property Taxes To Be Raised 1,552,325.00 

PROOF OF TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

$18,113,476x8.57 equals $1,552,325 

TAX COMMITMENT ANALYSIS 

Property Taxes to be Raised $1,552,325.00 

Gross Precinct and/or Service Areas Taxes 105,346.00 



TOTAL 




$1,657,671.00 


Less War Service Credits 




16,383.00 


Total Tax Commitment 




$1,641,288.00 


TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 






Prior Year 


1982 




Tax Rate 


Approved 




1981 


Tax Rate 


TAX RATES 






Town 


2.01 


1.96 


School 


5.86 


5.98 


County 


.51 


.63 


Municipal Tax Rate 


8.38 


8.57 


Precinct-Center Ossipee 


.52 


.47 


Precinct-West Ossipee 


.64 


.78 


Precinct-Ossipee Corner 


.54 


.57 



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Name of Precinct Valuation Net Appro. Taxes Rate 

Center OssipeeFire $8,014,413.00 $37,668.00 $37,668.00 .$47 

West Ossipee Fire 4,816,325.00 37,567.00 37,567.00 .78 

Ossipee Corner Light 5,282,738.00 30,102.00 30,111.00 .57 



Total Taxes Raised $105,346.00 



WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS 



Paraplegic, double amputees 
owning specially adapted home- 
steads with V.A. assistance 
Totally and permanently disabled 
veterans, their spouses or widows, 

. , - . Estimated 

and the WidOWS Of Veterans WhO Limits Number Tax Credits 

died or were killed on active unlimited exempt 

duty. 1 $ 233.00 

$700 6 4,200.00 

All other qualified persons $ 50 240 $11,950.00 
TOTAL NUMBER AND 

AMOUNT 246 $16,383.00 



RESIDENT TAXES $10 1662 $16,620.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. RSA 41:15. 



September 29, 1982 



DAVID A. HELME 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
W. J. WITHERELL 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 
For the Calendar Year Ended December 31, 1982 

ASSETS 

Cash: 

All funds in custody of treasurer $412,697.89 
In hands of officials ' 6,032.38 



TOTAL CASH $418,730.27 

Capital Reserve Funds: 

Sewer Improvement $ 3,903.36 



Total Capital Reserve Funds $3,903.36 

Accounts Due to the Town: 

New Hampshire Business 
Profits Tax $13,849.71 

Other bills due Town: 

Revenue Sharing $12,425.00 



Total Accounts Due to the Town 


$26,274.71 


Unredeemed Taxes: 




Levy of 1981 


$93,854.54 


Levy of 1980 


42,048.15 


Levy of 1979 


8,285.77 


Previous Years 


17,659.31 


Total Unredeemed Taxes 


$161,847.77 


Uncollected Taxes: 




Levy of 1982 


$338,513.73 


Levy of 1981 


2,354.14 


Levy of 1980 


1,398.91 


Previous Years 


2,178.70 


Less Estimated Uncollectible 




Delinquent Taxes 


(5,000.00) 


Total Uncollected Taxes 


$339,445.48 


Total Assets 


$950,201.59 


Grand Total 


$950,201.59 



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Fund Balance— December 31, 1981 $ 90,901.05 
Fund Balance— December 31, 1982 61,778.00 

Change in Financial Condition (29,123.05 ) 



TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

FORM MS-5 

Year Ended December 31, 1982 

SCHEDULE SUPPORTING ENTRIES ON FROM MS-5 

Line 201 
Cash In Hands of Treasurer 



General Fund 


$367,344.70 


Payroll A/C 


200.00 


Revenue Sharing 


35,914.36 


Timber Tax Account 


9,238.83 




$412,697.89 


Line 202 




Cash In Hands of Officials 




Public Librarian 


$3,096.91 


Clerk of Court 


2,887.50 


Conservation Committee 


47.97 



Line 302 
Unexpended Balances of 
Special Appropriations 

Covered Bridge Renovation $ 66,142.00 

Tax Map 137,336.03 

Master Plan 4,499.00 

Veterans Plaque 1,209.39 

Bicentennial Fund 1,000.00 



$6,032.38 



$210,186.42 



Line 323 
Other Liabilities 
Unexpended Balances of 
Special Revenue Funds 

Public Library $3,096.91 



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District Court 


2,887.50 


Conservation Committee 


47.97 


LIABILITIES 




Accounts Owed by the Town: 




Bills outstanding 


$3,441.34 


Unexpended Balances of 




Special Appropriations 


210,186.42 


Unexpended Revenue 




Sharing Funds 


48,339.36 


Due to State: 




Yield Tax Deposits 


9,238.83 


School District Tax Payable 


607,281.90 


Other Liabilities 


6,032.38 



$6,032.38 



Total Accounts Owed by the Town $884,520.23 

Capital Reserve Funds: $ 3,903.36 

Total Capital Reserve Funds $ 3,903.36 



Total Liabilities $888,423.59 

Fund Balance—Current Surplus $ 61,778.00 



Grand Total $950,201.59 

RECEIPTS 

From Local Taxes: 

Property Taxes — Current 

Year— 1982 $1,335,524.29 

Property Taxes — Collected 

in Advance 1,173.33 

Resident Taxes — Current 

Year— 1982 13,130.00 

Yield Taxes — Current 

Year — 1982 13,504.11 

Property Taxes and Yield 

Taxes — Previous Years 263,236.02 



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Resident Taxes — Previous Years 970.00 
Interest received on 

Delinquent Taxes 19,070.66 

Penalties: Resident Taxes 158.90 

Tax sales redeemed 97,541.52 

Boat Tax 2,464.45 



Total Taxes Collected and 




Remitted 


$1,746,773.28 


Intergovernmental Revenues: 




Meals and Rooms Tax 


$18,164.57 


Interest and Dividends Tax 


11,543.98 


Savings Bank Tax 


21,580.30 


Highway Subsidy 


15,268.59 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal 




Forest Land 


868.97 


Other Reimbursements 




State Motor Vehicle Fee 


4,944.02 


Business Profits Tax 


41,549.29 


Additional Highway Subsidy 


16,030.47 


Reimbursement a/c State 




Forest Fires 


119.83 


Reimbursement a/c 




Recreational Land 


396.65 


Town History Dredge Contract 


1,530.00 


Federal Grants - Sewer 


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Improvement 


580,577.79 


Total Intergovernmental 




Revenues 


$712,574.46 


Licenses and Permits: 




Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


$73,144.45 


Dog Licenses 


830.55 


Business Licenses, Permits and 




Filing Fees 


319.00 



Total Licenses and Permits $74,294.00 

Charges for Services: 
Income From Departments $ 6,948.92 

Rent of Town Property 65.00 



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Fines and Forfeits - 
District Court 47,286.09 



Total Charge For Services 




Miscellaneous Revenues: 




Interest on Deposits 


$47,589.26 


Sale of Town Property! 


17,500.55 


N.H. Workers Compensation 


2,538.67 


Unemployment Insurance 


1,527.48 


Total Miscellaneous Revenues 




Other Financing Sources: 




Income from Water Departments 


$32,368.65 


Revenue Sharing Fund 


39,899.00 


Interest on Investments of 




Revenue Sharing Funds 


2,655.67 



$54,300.01 



$69,155.96 



Total Other Financing Sources $74,923.32 

Non-Revenue Receipts: 

New Trust Funds received during year 

Pope Bridge Trust $19,200.00 

Proceeds of Tax Anticipation 
Notes 500,000.00 

Yield Tax Security Deposits 7,408.70 



Total Non-Revenue Receipts $526,608.70 



Total Receipts from All Sources $3,258,629.73 

Cash on Hand January 1, 1982 390,438.23 



Grand Total $3,649,067.96 

General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $25,282.08 

Town officers' expenses 43,351.93 
Election and Registration expenses 3,368.22 
Municipal and District court 

General Government Buildings 33,511.79 

Planning and Zoning 3,379.03 

Legal Expenses 14,233.87 



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Advertising and Regional 
Association 376.76 



Total General Governmental 
Expenses 

Public Safety: 

Police Department 
Fire Department 


$123,503.68 

$55,740.04 
1,429.60 


Total Public Safety Expenses 

Highways, Street, Bridges: 

Town Maintenance 

General Highway Department 

Expenses 
Town Road Aid 


$57,169.64 

$168,303.29 

22,929.04 
1,764.77 



Highway Subsidy and Additional 

Highway Subsidy 30,259.17 

Other Highways and Bridges 

Expenses - Street Lights 1,638.32 



Total Highways and Bridges 
Expenses $224,894.59 

Sanitation: 

Solid Waste Disposal $10,107.35 

Other Sanitation Expenses - 

Regional Solid Waste 1,034.25 

Disposal Study 



Total Sanitation Expenses $11,141.60 

Health: 

Health Department $16,300.00 

Hospitals and Ambulances 21,200.00 

Carroll County Mental Health 1,682.00 
Other Health Expenses - 

Center of Hope 1,500.00 



Total Health Expenses $40,682.00 

Welfare: 

General Assistance $ 9,879.51 



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Old Age Assistance 


5,987.21 


Total Welfare Expenses 

Culture and Recreation: 

Library 

Parks and Recreation 

Patriotic Purposes 


$15,866.72 

$ 7,500.00 

20,397.84 

643.59 



Total Culture and 
Recreational Expenses $28,541.43 

Debt Service: 

Principal of Long-Term Bond & 
Notes $40,663.57 

Interest Expense — Long-Term 
Bonds & Notes 13,689.32 

Interest Expense — Tax Anticipation 
Notes 23,388.19 



Total Debt Service Payments $77,741.08 

Capital Outlay: 

Police Cruiser $ 7,900.00 

Highway Truck 12,172.40 

Town History 2,000.00 

Master Plan - Lakes Region 3,422.00 

Water Study 500.00 



Total Capital Outlay $25,994.40 

Operating Transfers Out: 

Municipal and District Court 
Expenses $34,683.85 

Total Operating Transfers Out $34,683.85 

Miscellaneous: 

Municipal Water Department $32,368.65 
FICA, Retirement & Pension 

Contributions 24,462.51 

Insurance 51,974.78 

Unemployment Compensation 1,350.20 



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Other Miscellaneous Expenses - 
Tax Map and Reassessment 12,663.97 



Total Miscellaneous Expenses $122,820.11 

Unclassified: 

Payments on Tax Anticipation 
Notes $500,000.00 

Taxes bought by town 146,385.81 

Discounts, Abatements and 
Refunds 2,616.85 

Payments to trustees of trust funds- 
Covered Bridge Renovation 19,200.00 

Sewer Improvement 579,534.96 

Other Unclassified expenses - 
Overlay 825.01 



Total Unclassified Expenses $1,248,562.63 

Payments to Other Governmental Divisions: 
Taxes paid to County $117,026.00 

Payments to Precincts 105,337.00 

Payments to School District 992,469.65 



Total Payments to Other 
Governmental Divisions $1,214,832.65 



Total Payments for all Purposes $3,226,434.38 

Cash on hand December 31, 1982 422,633.58 



Grand Total $3,649,067.96 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1982 

Long-Term Notes Outstanding: 

Town Hall $8,700.00 

Town Hall Addition 7,000.00 

Back Hoe 7,857.15 

Mill Pond Bridge 4,290.00 

Tax Map Reassessment 90,000.00 



Total Long-Term Notes 

Outstanding $117,847.15 



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Total Long-Term Indebtedness — 
December 31, 1982 $117,847.15 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG-TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long-Term Debt — 
December 31, 1981 $158,510.72 



Total $158,510.72 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 
Long-Term Notes Paid $ 40,663.57 



Total $40,663.57 

Outstanding Long-Term Debt — 

December 31, 1982 $117,847.15 

SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 
As of December 31, 1982 



DESCRIPTION 


VALUE 


Town Hall, Lands and Buildings 


$61,800.00 


Furniture and Equipment 


4,000.00 


Libraries, Lands and Buildings 


23,000.00 


Furniture and Equipment 


1,000.00 


Police Department, Equipment 


20,000.00 


Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 


48,000.00 


Equipment 


200,365.00 


Materials and Supplies 


4,000.00 


Parks, Commons & Playgrounds 


2,000.00 


All Other Property and Equipment: 




Land 


162,500.00 


Sewer Project 


975,000.00 


Water Department 


20,000.00 


TOTAL 


$1,521,665.00 



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CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to 
the best of our knowledge and belief. 
Feb. 7, 1983 

DAVID A. HELME 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
WARREN F. WITHERELL 
Selectmen 



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TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

Management Letter 

February 4, 1983 

Board of Selectmen 
Town of Ossipee 
Ossipee, New Hampshire 

Gentlemen: 

As part of our examination of the books and records of 
the Town of Ossipee, we reviewed and tested the Town's 
systems of internal accounting control to the extent we 
considered necessary to evaluate the systems as required 
by generally accepted auditing standards. Under these 
standards, the purposes of such evaluation are to establish 
a basis for reliance on the system of internal accounting 
control in determining the nature, timing and extent of 
other auditing procedures that are necessary for express- 
ing an opinion on the financial statements. 

The objective of internal accounting control is to pro- 
vide reasonable, but not absolute, assurance as to the 
safeguarding of assets against loss from unauthorized use 
or disposition, and the reliability of financial records for 
preparing financial statements and maintaining accoun- 
tability for assets. The concept of reasonable assurance 
recognizes that the cost of a system of internal accounting 
control should not exceed the benefits derived and also 
recognizes that the evaluation of these factors necessarily 
requires estimates and judgements by management. 

There are inherent limitations that should be recogniz- 
ed in considering the potential effectiveness of any system 
of internal accounting control. In the performance of most 
control procedures, errors can result from misunderstand- 
ing of instructions, mistakes of judgement, carelessness, 
or other personal factors. 

Control procedures whose effectiveness depends upon 
segregation of duties can be circumvented by collusion. 
Similarly, control procedures can be circumvented inten- 



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tionally by management, either with respect to the execu- 
tion and recording of transactions or with respect to the 
estimates and judgements required in the preparation of 
the financial statements. Further, projection of any 
evaluation of internal accounting control to future periods 
is subject to the risk that the procedures may become in- 
adequate because of changes in conditions and that the 
degree of compliance with the procedures may 
deteriorate. Our examination of the financial statements 
made in accordance with generally accepted auditing 
standards, including the study and evaluation of the Town 
of Ossipee's system of internal control for the year ended 
December 31, 1982, that was made for the purposes set 
forth in the first paragraph of this report, would not 
necessarily disclose all weaknesses in the system as it was 
based on selective tests of the accounting records and 
related data. 

As a result of this review and, in an effort to be of 
assistance to the Town of Ossipee, we are submitting for 
your consideration a number of comments and recommen- 
dations intended to improve operations and should not be 
regarded as reflecting upon the intregrity or capabilities 
of any Town Employee. 

Overall we found things to be substantially in good 
order, with everyone ready and willing to adopt any con- 
structive, worthwhile improvements. 

We would be pleased to continue to discuss further any 
of our recommendations and comments with you. 

Very truly yours, 
WILSON P. DENNETT 
Certified Public Accountant 



COMMENT: 

Increased Town Services, including operation of the 
Water Company as a Town enterprise have contributed to 



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increased workloads for Town Officials, particularly the 
Treasurer and Administrative Assistant. 

RECOMMENDATION : 

Adoption of the Manifest system for Accounts Payable 
has become almost a prerequisite. This system, as fully 
described in the 1981 Mangement Letter would eliminate 
much bookkeeping for the Treasurer, while still providing 
a complete record. 

COMMENT: 

To accomplish the Audit of the Tax Collector, it is 
necessary to examine the abatement records. 

RECOMMENDATION : 

Padded pre-numbered abatement slips should be used 
by the Tax Collector. In this way, control is established 
over the number of abatements and there is a clear audit 
trail. 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
Jan. 1,1982 -Dec. 31, 1982 

Car Permits (2810) $73,144.45 

Dog Licenses (248) 715.50 

Canine Forfeitures 90.00 

Bad Check Penalties 15.40 

Postage Recovered 4.65 

Filing Fees 13.00 



Total $73,983.00 

Transferred to Treasurer $73,983.00 



46 



TREASURER'S REPORT 

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS EXPENDITURES 

AND PROOF OF BALANCE 

FISCAL YEAR ENDED 

DECEMBER 31, 1982 

Balance - January 1, 1982 $271,178.36 

Adjusted Balance: 1 

CD. Note $120,000.00 
Payroll 200.00 



$120,200.00 



Less Revenue 
Sharing Adj. 9,158.00 



$111,042.00 

Beginning Balance As Adjusted $382,220.36 

Receipts During Year 7,119,061.95 



$7,501,282.31 
Expenditures During Year 7,088,584.42 



Ending Balance December 31, 1982 $ 412,697.89 

PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in North Conway Bank $439,671.37 

Deposits in Transit 33,079.45 





$472,750.82 


Less Outstanding Checks 


225,406.12 


Balance in Town Account 


$247,344.70 


In Savings Accounts 




General Fund 


$247,344.70 


CD. Note 


120,000.00 


Payroll 


200.00 


Timber Tax 


9,238.83 


Revenue Sharing 


35,914.36 



THOMAS L. GALANTE $412,697.89 

Treasurer 



47 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES 



David A. Helme 




$1,691.00 


Wendell Thompson 




2,000.00 


Warren F.Witherell 




744.00 


Douglas Meader 




906.54 


Thomas Galante 




1,765.39 


John R. Sanders Tax Coll/Town Clerk 


7,736.58 


John R. Sanders (Tax Collector fees) 


2,810.00 


John R. Sanders (Town 


Clerk fees) 


2,756.00 


Phyllis Fennerty 




4,644.74 


Edith Colby 




46.90 


Jacqueline Duchesne 




21.78 


Natalie Hall 




34.61 




$25,157.54 



TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 
Dorothy Palmer, Admin. Assistant $12,499.76 



Margaret O'Sullivan 


8,348.20 


Registry of Deeds 


820.25 


Douglas Meader (mileage) 


56.80 


Dorothy Palmer (mileage) 


273.10 


Elaine Palmer 


6.70 


Xerox Corp. 


398.14 


New Hampshire Municipal Association 


767.87 


N.H. City & Town Clerk Assoc. 


12.00 


N.H. Assoc, of Assessing Officials 


20.00 


N.H. City & Town Management 




Association 


35.00 


County Commerce 


108.00 


New England Telephone 


2,521.00 


Carroll County Independent 


4,472.64 


The Stationery Shop 


458.93 


Thomas Galante (mileage) 


269.60 


Wilson P. Dennett 


3,500.00 


Wheeler & Clark 


56.17 



48 



Secretary of State 30.00 

Ruth Eckhoff , Reg. of Probate 2.75 

N.H. Tax Collectors' Assoc. 23.00 

Postmaster, Ctr. Ossipee 3,130.06 

Indian Head Bank North 1 ,939.23 

Porter Office Machine Corp. 62.60 

NADA Appraisal Guides 49.00 

State of N.H. Treasurer 5.00 

Yankee Title Abstract Co. 730.00 

Real Data Corp. 38.00 

Brown & Saltmarsh Inc. 44.07 

Clayton C. Crummett 128.00 

Red Barn Country Flowers 12.50 

A. E. Martell Company, Inc. 532.09 

The Paymaster Corp. 230.00 
John R. Sanders (mileage & expenses) 165.30 

The Kingswood Press 8.00 

Lorraine Onufry 26.80 

North Conway Bank 3.25 

Steve Davis Office Machines 934.12 

Technical Publications/BOS Division 7.95 

Stanley Rines (mileage) 22.40 

Branham Publishing Co. 22.95 

IBM 239.70 

Warren Witherell (mileage) 40.60 

Amsterdam Printing & Letho Corp. 18.96 

Tower Publishing 54.00 
International Business Machines Corp. 227.00 

Town History .44 



$43,351.93 



Revenues to Town Officers' Expenses 



$ 74.55 



ELECTION & REGISTRATION EXPENSES 



Carroll County Independent 
Kenwood White 
Mildred White 
PriscillaNudd 



$ 355.85 
450.00 
420.00 
420.00 



49 



Donald Downing 


60.00 


George MacDonald 


90.00 


Thomas Trites 


120.00 


John Sanders 


120.00 


Carmen Knapp 


90.00 


Marjorie Conlon 


90.00 


Shirley Savage 


90.00 


Ann J. Sawyer 


30.00 


Cheryl J. Riley 


90.00 


Natalie Hall 


90.00 


Douglas Meader 


30.00 


Wendell Thompson 


90.00 


David Helme 


90.00 


Dorothy Palmer 


30.00 


Ossipee Concerned Citizens 


420.00 


Louise Conner 


60.00 


Warren Witherell 


60.00 


Indian Head Bank North 


42.37 


Phil Drew 


30.00 



$3,368.22 

Revenues to Election & Registration Expenses $ 20.00 

TOWN HALL & OTHER TOWN BUILDINGS 

Donald Johnson, Janitorial Service $ 2,080.00 

Elwood Hodge 39.36 

Ricky Smart 57.78 

Public Service Co. 4,146.31 

Johnson Gas Company 605.47 

Nelson's Upholstery & Carpet Shed 258.70 

John Fulcher 10.88 

Pierson Electric 161.89 

E.M. Heath, Inc. 74.63 

R. Elton Copp, Jr. 845.00 

Ossipee Water Dept. 508.00 

Associated Linen Service Inc. 648.48 

Ossipee True Value Hardware 561.22 

Ossipee Oil Co., Inc. 16,475.39 



50 



Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 


474.60 


R. J. Sylvain 


271.44 


Moulton Lumber Co., Inc. 


294.82 


Diamond International 


1,322.37 


Rochester Midland Corp. 


1,851.30 


Independent Burner Service 


121.15 


Laconia Electric Supply 


34.81 


Ames Dept. Store 


8.99 


Thompson & Thompson 


2,472.72 


Johnson & Dix 


163.98 


Lenny's Drain & Sewer Service 


22.50 



$33,511.79 

Revenues to Town Hall & Other Town Buildings $ 85.00 

PLANNING & ZONING 

Jesse Shackford III $ 172.50 

Carroll County Independent 396.00 

Natalie Hall (expenses) 721.00 

Registry of Deeds 10.00 

Ronald P. Bergeron 26.20 

New England Telephone 4.33 
Environmental Law Research Services 70.00 

N.H. Municipal Assoc. 100.00 

Lakes Region Planning Comm. 1,879.00 



$3,379.03 
Revenues to Planning & Zoning $ 137.21 

ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 

Lakes Region Planning $ 276.76 

Greater Ossipee Area 
Chamber of Commerce 100.00 

$ 376.76 



51 



DAMAGES & LEGAL EXPENSES 



Martha French 




$ 2,340.00 


Martha French (mileage 


& expenses) 


928.95 


James R. Patten 




1,717.16 


The Stationery Shop 




362.15 


E.M. Heath, Inc. 




26.91 


Dennis Legendre 




35.00 


Walker & Varney 




227.55 


Frederic L. Cox 




7,501.75 


The Kindness Animal Hospital 


118.00 


Schroeder & McLetchie 




510.00 


William D. Paine II 




466.40 



$14,233.87 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

John E. Fogarty III $16,299.90 

James Cone 11,460.38 

Robert MacArthur 5,955.86 

Robert Jones 4,532.56 

Ervin White 3,631.88 

Bruce Nason 2,173.37 

Ben's Uniform Inc. 784.75 

E.M. Heath, Inc. 22.13 

New England Telephone 640.81 

The Stationery Shop 59.79 

Ossipee Auto Parts 499.28 

Buchanan BP 101.95 

N.H. Police Association 20.00 

N.E. Assoc, of Chiefs of Police Inc. 35.00 

G.W. Jewett & Sons, Inc. 6,866.00 

Northeast Battery Distributor 59.35 

Carroll County Independent 194.35 

John E. Fogarty III (assoc. expenses) 23.00 

Robbins Auto Parts 173.20 

John E. Fogarty IV 232.63 

Red Jacket Inn 360.00 

State of N.H.M.V. 3.00 



52 



Rines Garage, Inc. 


493.84 


Century Tire Co. 


101.36 


Ossipee Mountain Electronics 


582.24 


Donald Downing 


36.00 


Home's Garage Inc. 


183.01 


Brown's Service & Reconditioning 


16.50 


P. S. P. Inc. 


84.00 


Petrolon's Slick 50 


33.90 


Town & Country Motor Inn 


80.00 




$55,740.04 


Revenues to Police Department 


$ 840.50 



FIRE 



Town of Ossipee Forest Fire a 


/c 


$ 929.20 




Ossipee Auto Parts 




149.40 




Herb's Service Center 




6.00 




Brad Eldridge 




95.00 




Clarence Palmer, Warden 




250.00 








$1,429.60 


Revenues to Fire 






$ 562.26 



SUMMER HIGHWAYS 

Irving Abbott $ 2,818.41 

Keith Brownell 4,118.45 

Charles O'Sullivan 3,776.00 

Daniel Riley 4,149.09 

Lloyd Wilkins 4,344.82 

Bruce Williams 3,883.41 

Russell Whiting, Jr. 3,883.41 

Harold White 4,134.02 

Rodney White 6,481.80 

Roger Seguin 3,883.41 

Buchanan's BP 61.00 

Alltex, Div. of Standard Uniform 1,280.90 



53 



G.W. Jewett&Son,Inc. 


7,030.40 


Northeastern Culvert 


3,227.09 


The Kennett Company 


2,385.00 


Titlon Sand & Gravel Inc. 


599.46 


E. Milton Dow 


208.00 


Gordon Berry 


115.50 


Lewiston Welding Supply 


20.14 


Rodney White (mileage) 


457.52 


Motorola Inc. 


876.00 


Conway Sand & Gravel 


275.19 


New England Telephone 


203.74 


N.H. Bituminous Co., Inc. 


15,013.92 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


2.07 


Beede Waste Oil Corp. 


1,160.00 


Ossipee Oil Co. 


650.88 



$75,039.63 



WINTER HIGHWAYS 



Irving Abbott 

Keith Brownell 

Charles O'Sullivan 

Daniel Riley 

Lloyd Wilkins 

Bruce Williams 

Russell Whiting, Jr. 

Harold White 

Rodney White 

Roger Seguin 

Kevin Whiting 

Daniel Riley, Jr. 

Barry Williams 

Mark Merrow 

E. Milton Dow 

G. W. Jewett & Sons, Inc. 

Granite State Minerals Inc. 

Lewiston Welding Supply 

The Kennett Company 

Rodney White (mileage) 



$ 3,747.31 

5,948.43 

5,280.53 

5,915.41 

5,855.74 

5,915.34 

5,754.38 

6,236.52 

8,642.40 

3,883.41 

190.95 

190.94 

807.33 

708.51 

842.00 

15,141.80 

6,518.28 

95.09 

5,867.40 

261.76 



54 



Motorola Inc. 


876.00 


New England Telephone 


221.59 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


2.68 


Alltex Standard Uniform Div. 


600.10 


Buchanan's BP 


366.00 


Ossipee Oil Co., Inc. 


672.41 


Ossipee Aggregates ^ 


1,872.75 


Sanel Auto Parts 


11.70 


Lubrication Engineers Inc. 


354.80 


Stanley Eldridge 


246.00 


Rines Garage 


170.35 


Bennett Sales & Service 


65.75 



$93,263.66 

Revenues to Summer & Winter Highways $ 2,391.44 

GENERAL EXPENSES HIGHWAY DEPT. 

Atlantic Broom Service Inc. $ 1,407.86 

Penn-Hampshire Lubricants Inc. 322.22 

Sanel Auto Parts Inc. 1,315.01 

Chadwick-BaRoss Inc. 1,464.93 

Northeast Battery Distributor 223.27 

Lawless Buick Chevrolet 143.48 

Barrett Eqpt. Inc. 244.70 

Ossipee Auto Parts 2,132.34 

Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 242.36 

R. C. Hazelton Co., Inc. 869.36 

Lewiston Welding Supply 403.08 

Century Tire Co. 2,101.56 

Rines Garage Inc. 348.47 

Howard P. Fairfield, Inc. 2,720.94 

Everett J. Prescott 978.34 

DiPrizio's Garage Inc. 761.00 

E.V.Moddy&Son 125.00 

Foster & Company, Inc. 454.40 

Ctr. Ossipee Fire Dept. 29.20 

Ossipee True Value 270.50 

Carroll County Independent 34.30 



55 



Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 


140.25 


Cummins North Atlantic Inc. 


787.59 


2-Way Communication Service 


218.68 


E. J. Bleiler Eqpt. Co., Inc. 


278.31 


Emery Roberts 


250.00 


Treasurer, State of N.H. 


120.00 


Share Corp. 


404.56 


New England Tech Supply 


37.80 


Knoxland Equipment Inc. 


169.59 


Robbins Auto Parts Inc. 


288.49 


Batchelder Tree Service Inc. 


540.00 


Guarino's Small Engine 


36.00 


Bennett Sales & Service 


20.45 


Goldstein Used Steel & Scrap 


229.00 


Stanley Eldridge 


168.00 


Whiteface Potters 


45.00 


David W. Orino 


180.40 


Bigelow Waste Co., Inc. 


115.48 


Lubrication Engineers Inc. 


354.80 


Dobles' Chevrolet 


782.83 


Power Products Inc. 


37.65 


Dugas Express Co. 


18.00 


Public Service Co. 


287.20 


Ossipee Oil Co. 


168.30 


Palmer Spring Co. 


658.34 



$22,929.04 



TOWN ROAD AID 



Treasurer, State of N.H. 



$1,764.77 



HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 



Irving Abbott 
Keith Brownell 
Charles O' Sullivan 
Daniel Riley 
Lloyd Wilkins 
Bruce Williams 



290.58 
408.78 
377.60 
408.78 
441.94 
613.17 



56 



Russell Whiting, Jr. 


613.17 


Harold White 


652.74 


Rodney White 


1,080.30 


Roger Seguin 


613.17 


E.Milton Dow 


162.00 


Tilton Sand & Gravel 


923.74 


Ossipee Oil Company Inc. 


419.59 


Beede Waste Oil Corp. 


7,000.00 


Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 


429.00 



$14,434.56 



Revenues to Highway Subsidy 



$15,268.59 



ADDITIONAL HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 


Irving Abbott 


$ 1,045.89 


Keith Brownell 


1,455.16 


Charles O'Sullivan 


1,321.60 


Daniel Riley 


1,430.73 


Lloyd Wilkins 


1,773.28 


Bruce Williams 


1,430.73 


Russell Whiting, Jr. 


1,430.73 


Harold White 


1,523.06 


Rodney White 


2,520.70 


Roger Seguin 


1,430.73 


Milton Dow 


210.00 


Ernest Berry, Jr. 


63.00 


The Kennett Company 


189.00 



$15,824.61 



Revenues to Additional Highway Subsidy 



$16,030.47 



STREET LIGHTING 



Public Service Co. of N.H. 



$ 1,638.32 



DUMP 



Robert Camire 



$ 6,698.96 



57 



Lewis Dore 


1,698.45 


R. J.Sylvainlnc. 


55.74 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


34.58 


N.H. Electric Coop., Inc. 


140.52 


E. Milton Dow 


200.60 


Derek Ames 


35.98 


Corey Copp 


41.08 


Warren Carver 


56.08 


Wayne Eldridge 


33.98 


Roddy Eldridge 


34.73 


Jimmy Fogarty 


35.98 


Tommy Fogarty 


41.08 


Todd Johnson 


35.73 


Scott Milligan 


54.40 


Chuck O'Sullivan, Jr. 


31.55 


Mike Riley 


31.80 


Don Tenney 


31.73 


Mike Tenney 


31.73 


Convenient Grocery 


25.65 


Gordon Berry 


371.00 


Carroll County Independent 


36.00 


Lakes Region Pest Control 


350.00 




$10,107.35 


Revenues to Dump 


$ 102.50 


HEALTH 




Ossipee Concerned Citizens 


$ 5,000.00 


Wolfeboro Nursing Service 


11,300.00 




$16,300.00 


Lord's Ambulance Service 


$15,000.00 


Ossipee Rescue Squad 


5,000.00 


The Memorial Hospital 


200.00 


Huggins Hospital 


1,000.00 



$21,200.00 
58 



Carroll County Mental Health $1,682.00 

Center of Hope 1,500.00 



$3,182.00 
Revenues to Health $ 24.06 



TOWN POOR 




Edward Aleska 


$ 525.00 


Lakeport Drug Store 


118.75 


Indian Mound IGA 


574.41 


Public Service Co. of N.H. 


1,116.16 


Evans Financial Corp. 


1,978.40 


Mutual of Omaha 


567.06 


Lakeview Oil Company 


942.79 


Kemper Group 


295.16 


Lord's Funeral Service 


2,570.00 


George MacDonald 


30.00 


Town of Tuftonboro 


79.50 


Vernon Mahoney 


275.00 


Anthony DeLisio 


200.00 


Randy L. Lyman 


300.00 


Old English Trlr. Park 


60.00 


Bay Bank & Trust Co. 


125.49 


Hall Oil Company 


121.79 




$9,879.51 


Revenues to Town Poor 


$ 59.00 



OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 
Treasurer, State of N.H. $5,987.21 

LIBRARIES 
Ossipee Town Library $7,500.00 

59 



PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS 



Wallace Nudd, Jr. 


$10,920.00 


Wallace Nudd, Jr. (mileage) 


907.69 


Jerry Wiggin II 


1,748.77 


Ricky Smart 


199.34 


RemickBros. Inc. 


32.14 


Collins Variety Inc. 


190.90 


The Stationery Shop 


14.35 


E.M. Heath Inc. 


12.67 


New England Telephone 


423.03 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


179.48 


Hodges Badge Company, Inc. 


59.64 


Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 


87.85 


Ken Jones (Pee Wee Hockey) 


10.00 


Carroll County Rec. Dept. 


50.00 


Darlene Eldridge 


40.20 


Tee Pee Sport Shop 


317.54 


Ossipee Auto Parts 


102.65 


New Durham Recreation Dept. 


15.00 


Porter Office Machines 


31.30 


Abbotts & Staples 


6.37 


Mountain Valley Little League 


30.00 


Pick Point Enterprises 


60.00 


Timberland Machines Inc. 


2,000.00 


Bennett Sales & Service 


845.00 


Jennifer Ziegler 


1,404.56 


Richard Ziegler 


39.94 


H. R. Colby 


315.00 


Zee Medical Service 


102.40 


Indian Head Bank North (check charge) 5.00 


American Red Cross 


10.00 


Scott Milligan 


38.53 


Harvey Jenness 


97.16 


Bickford Lumber 


73.83 


The Nixon Company 


27.50 



$20,397.84 
Revenues to Parks & Playgrounds $ 1,300.00 

60 



PATRIOTIC PURPOSES 



Loring, Short & Harmon 
The Gorham Flag Center 
Saymore Trophy 



Revenues to Patriotic Purposes 



$350.86 

56.47 

236.26 



LONG TERM NOTES 



Indian Head Bank North 



Revenues to Long Term Notes 



LONG TERM INTEREST 



Indian Head Bank North 



TEMPORARY LOANS 



North Conway Bank 



$643.59 
$148.63 

$40,663.57 
$23,000.00 

$13,689.32 

$500,000.00 



INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 



North Conway Bank 

Revenues to Interest on Temporary Loans 

DISTRICT COURT 
Lawrence J. Walsh $16,950.00 



$23,388.19 
$47,589.26 



Peter H.Fauver 
June Loud 
Louise Conner 
Nancy Van Tassel 



Revenues to District Court 



5,085.00 

10,800.00 

1,778.50 

70.35 



$34,683.85 
$47,286.09 



61 



SOCIAL SECURITY & RETIREMENT 

State Treasurer of N.H. $16,753.23 

N.H. Retirement System 7,709.28 



$24,462.51 
Revenues to Social Security $ 270.00 

TAX REFUNDS 



Rufus A. Jr. & Gertrude Maxfield 


$ 26.31 


Fritz Maxcy - Land Trust 


153.42 


James & Patricia Eldridge 


61.85 


Roland B. Hogan, Jr. 


190.92 


David L. Dooley 


11.00 


Fernand & Cecelia Auger 


39.86 


Henry S. Maxfield, Sr. & 




Henry S. Maxfield, Jr. 


947.47 


Mary L. Murphy Est., Helen Moran 


614.46 


William B.Chapin 


33.00 


Joseph J. Haley 


538.56 




$2,616.85 


INSURANCE 




Ossipee Insurance Agency, Inc. 


$14,386.00 


Blue Cross/Blue Shield 


21,089.78 


N.H. Municipal Assoc. 




Workman's Comp. 


16,499.00 




$51,974.78 


N.H. Municipal Assoc. Unemployment 


Comp. Fund 


$ 1,350.20 


Revenues to Insurance 


$ 100.46 


PRECINCTS 




West Ossipee Precinct 


$ 37,567.00 


Ossipee Corner Light & Power 


30,102.00 



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Ctr. Ossipee Fire Precinct 37,668.00 

Precinct A 385.00 



$105,722.00 

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Governor Wentworth $992,469.65 

STATE & COUNTY TAX 
Treasurer, Carroll County $117,026.00 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 
John R. Sanders, Tax Collector $146,385.81 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

Police Cruiser (Revenue Sharing) $ 7,900.00 

Highway Truck (Revenue Sharing) $12,172.40 

History of Ossipee (Revenue Sharing) $ 2,000.00 

Revenue to History of Ossipee $ 1,530.00 

UNCLASSIFIED 

Lakes Region Planning 

(carryover 1980 Master Plan) $3,422.00 

John R. Sanders, Tax Collector 

(encumbered 1981) $ 124.54 

Regional Disposal 

(encumbered 1981) $1,034.25 

Tax Map & Reassessment 

(encumbered 1981) $12,663.97 

Recreation Development Co. 

(Planning Board bond release) $ 440.00 

Town of Ossipee Sewer Improvement Project 

(Reimbursement) $ 662.10 

Hoyle, Tanner & Associates 

(Water Study-encumbered 1981) $ 500.00 



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TOWNOFOSSIPEE 

SCHEDULE 7 

Special Revenue Funds - Revenue Sharing 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures 

and Changes in Fund Balance 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1982 

Sources of Financial Resources 
Revenues 

Entitlements $39,899.00 

Interest 2,655.67 



Total Sources of Financial Resources 




Uses of Financial Resources 




Expenditures 




Town History 


$ 2,000.00 


Police Cruiser 


7,900.00 


One Ton Dump Truck 


12,149.00 


Offset - Long Term Note 


23,000.00 


Water Study 


500.00 


Advertisement - Truck 


23.40 



$42,554.67 



Total Expenditures $ 45,572.40 



Net [Decrease] in Fund Balance 

During Year $( 3,017.73) 

Fund Balance - January 1, 1982 51,357.09 



Fund Balance - December 31, 1982 $ 48,339.36 



64 



OSSIPEE DISTRICT COURT 

To the Selectmen of the Town of Ossipee: 

I submit the following report of the Ossipee District 
Court for the year ending December 31, 1982: 

Receipts: 

Fines & forfeitures ^ $109,221.75 

Penalty Assessments 10,420.56 

Fees 3,534.00 

Restitution 652.94 

Bail 12,708.85 

Partial payments of fines 371 .00 

Misc. income 523.15 





$137,432.25 


Cash on hand 1/1/82 


2,282.50 




$139,714.75 


Expenditures: 




Motor Vehicle Dept. 


$54,068.93 


Fish & Game Dept. 


720.00 


State of N.H.-PA's 


10,410.56 


Town of Ossipee 


47,286.09 


Witness fees 


5,015.67 


State of N.H. - Escrow Acct. 


848.00 


Postage & supplies 


2,130.46 


Telephone 


424.61 


Small Claims 


120.65 


Restitution 


645.92 


Overpayment 


141.00 


Bail returns & Superior Court bonds 


12,514.87 


Meetings, dues, books, bonds 


1,476.49 


Audit 


825.00 


Typewriter 


199.00 




$136,827.25 


Bal. on hand 12/31/82 


$ 2,887.50 


Respectfully submitted, 


JUNE C. LOUD 




Clerk 





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OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
ANNUAL REPORT 1982 

Balance brought forward : $2,949.95 $2,949.95 



Town of Ossipee 
Proceeds Book Sale 
Town of Ossipee 
Town of Ossipee 


RECEIPTS 


$1,500.00 

54.93 

3,000.00 

3,000.00 



$7,554.93 



DISBURSEMENTS 

Fuel $2,494.40 

Electricity 112.47 

Telephone 194.25 

Maintenance 255.26 

Repairs 233.95 

Water 110.00 

Salary 2,016.00 

Books & Periodicals 1,808.45 

Supplies 48.19 

Fica 135.00 



$7,407.97 
Balance carried forward $3,096.91 



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TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 
Ossipee 



OPERATION STATEMENT 

Balance brought forward (1981) $ 631.81 



RECEIPTS: 




Indian Head North, (N.O.W.) 


$ 91.85 


Interest from Trust Accounts 


5,430.29 


Sale of Lots 


900.00 


Reimbursement from Mr. Pope 


355.00 



$6,777.14 
$7,408.95 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Mowing, Raking, Gen. Maintenance $3,271.00 

Gas, Oil, Eqpuipt. 946.84 

Repairs to equipment 86.06 

Chickville Cemetery Assoc. 355.25 

Scholarships 1,500.00 

Tree & stump removal 585.00 

Misc. 289.93 



$7,034.08 
BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1982 $ 374.87 



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FROM THE SELECTMEN'S OFFICE 

During the past year the water and sewer projects 
have continued to absorb a substantial amount of the 
Selectmen's time. The citizens involved have shown a 
great deal of patience with the inconveniences caused by 
the projects. Now the end is in sight and we are looking for- 
ward to the improvements these facilities will provide. 

The closing of the Summer Brook fish hatchery on 
Route 16 and the related problems caused by the Fish and 
Game Department's wish to dispose of the property has 
had state-wide publicity and has rallied the residents in a 
concerted effort to enable the town to acquire the property. 
Currently negotiations are in progress and we believe an 
equitable solution will result. 

In August of 1982, Douglas W. Meader resigned for per- 
sonal reasons, after serving the town as selectman for over 
six years. Throughout those years he have willingly of his 
time and effort to a multitude of projects and we wish to 
express our appreciation to Doug. 

Warren F. Witherell was appointed to fill the vacancy 
on the Board on August 20th. His expertise in business and 
financial affairs, together with the enthusiasm with which 
he pursues the problems facing the town, have made War- 
ren a tremendous asset to the Board. 

A special town meeting was held in November of 1982 
to act on two articles. The planning board presented a pro- 
posed Sign Ordinance to regulate the erection of signs on 
our highways. The ordinance was passed by a unanimous 
vote, a demonstration of the townspeoples's recognition of 
the need for such regulation. 

A second article, which also received a unanimous 
vote of approval, was to accept the generous offer of Mr. 
Gordon Pope to provide the funds necessary to repair and 
rebuild the West Ossipee covered bridge as a memorial to 



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his wife, Nancy Sheldon Pope. The restoration of this 
historical structure is a very thoughtful memorial gift and 
we all thank the donor for his generosity. 

The tax map and property revaluation contracts have 
been awarded this past year. The tax map, being prepared 
by Yankee Title Abstract Co. of Ossipee, is proceeding on 
schedule and property revaluation, by United Appraisal 
Co. of Hartford, Connecticut, is due to be completed in 
time for the November 1983 tax billing. 

We are once again grateful for the fine work done by 
each and every employee and volunteer. Without your able 
assistance, the town could not function as smoothly as it 
now does. 

DAVID A. HELME, Chairman 



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REPORT OF OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

1982 

To the Selectmen of Ossipee and Citizens of the Town: 

The year of 1982 saw an increase in most all areas, 
crimes of theft were up nearly 700% over 1981, and other 
serious crimes were up, and motor vehicle offenses were 
up with moving violations leading the way, DWI arrests 
were up 33% over last year. This shows the trend of the 
economic and unemployment of these times. 

We unfortunately had two fatal motor vehicle ac- 
cidents resulting in four deaths, we also had a case of At- 
tempted 2nd Degree Murder. 

This year citizens awareness has been better than any 
other time in that neighbors are calling the police when 
they see something unusual and this is a great aid in crime 
prevention. 

During the fall I again ran a part-time officers school 
and we certified 25 officers from around the county in- 
cluding Sheriff Deputies, State Police Aux., Forest Service 
and local police. 

I am greatful for and express my heartfelt thanks to 
my officers, to the Town Officials, other department 
heads, and the citizens of Ossipee for their cooperation and 
assistance this year. 

Respectfully yours, 
JOHN E. FOG ARTY 
Chief of Police 

ACTIVITIES FOR 1982 

Accidents investigated 95 

Accidents fatal 4 

Accomplice 2 

Aggravated Assault 1 



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Aids rendered 437 

Alarms answered 41 

Assault 20 

Assist other Depts. 306 

Attempt to locate persons 41 

Attempted 2nd degree Murder 1 

Burglary 13 

Checkups 529 

Conduct after accident 7 

Concealment of Merchandise 9 

Criminal Mischief 37 

Criminal Threat 6 

Criminal Trespass 20 

Defective Equipment Tags issued 611 

Disorderly Conduct 19 

Dog 15 

DWI 24 

False Report 4 

Failure to Appear 10 

Failure to Keep Right 13 

Failure to Report Accident 1 

Fail to Yield to Emergency Vehicle 2 

Following too Close 2 

House Checks 160 

Illegal Transportation of Drugs 1 

Improper Operation 2 

Indecent Exposure 2 

Juvenile 42 

Kindling Fire W/O Permit 1 

Littering 4 

Misuse of Horse Power 4 

Non Inspection 11 

Operating After Suspension or Revocation 4 

Operating Snow Machine on Public Way 1 

Operating Without License 14 

Operating Without Lights 1 

Operating Without Mirrors 1 

Passing On Right 1 

Passing School Bus W/Flashing Lights 1 

Possession of Alcoholic Beverage 1 



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Possession of Controlled Drugs 


2 


Protective Custody 


12 


Reckless Operation 


6 


Resist Arrest 


1 


Sexual Assault 


1 


Solid Line 


88 


Speed 1 


60 


Spillage 


2 


Stop Sign 


14 


Taking Motor Vehicle Without Owners Consent 


8 


Theft 


38 


Towing 


2 


Trespassing Stock 


1 


Unregistered Motor Vehicle 


10 


Unsafe Tires 


3 


Warnings 


423 


Total 


3192 


Cleared By Court Action 


404 


Cleared not requiring Court action 


2770 


Cases open 


18 


Mileage 


71,369 


Licenses Revoked or Suspended 


51 



75 



OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

This past year the Ossipee Recreation Department has 
been very fortunate to have had so many fine volunteers to 
help provide and maintain its many and varied programs. 
These people have given their talent and time, their care 
and concern to the young people of our community. Their 
contributions are greatly appreciated! 

The following is a list of Programs for the year 1982: 



PeeWee Hockey Program (Coaches - Jack Fogarty, Tom 

Fogarty) 
4th-6th Girls Basketball (Coaches - Curly Nudd, Darlene 

Eldridge) 
4th-6th Boys' Basketball (Coaches: Marge Webster, Ginny 

Eldridge - N. L. Traders; Woody Vallee, Larry Schell - 

Unknowns; Dennis Legendre - Pioneers) 
4th-6th Girls & Boys Basketball (Carroll County Recrea- 
tion Tournament) 
7th-9th Girls' Basketball (Coaches: Jo-Ann Ames, Donna 

Sargent) 
7th-9th Boys' Basketball (Coach: David Drew) 
7th-9th Girls & Boys Basketball Tournament 
Elementary School Gymnastics Program (Instructor - 

Cynthia Miller) 
Carroll County Gymnastics Demonstration 
Elementary School Skating Program 
Public Skating 

Dance Program (Instructor - Ms. Wilayto) 
Father & Son Basketball Game 
4th Annual Winter Sports Award Banquet 
Spring Clean-up Campaign 
4th-6th Girls' Softball Program (Coaches: Donna Sargent, 

Jo-Ann Ames) 
Carroll County Recreation Softball Tournament 
Minor Little League Baseball (Coaches: Dennis Legendre, 

Ron White, Ralph Brownell, Roland Libby) 



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Major Little League Baseball (Coaches: Dennis Legendre, 
Ron White - Sunny Villa; Larry Schell - Earnshaw 
Lumber) 

Ossipee Swim Team - merged with Wolfeboro Team 

A.R.C. Swimming Instruction (Instructor/Lifeguard- Jen- 
nifer Ziegler) 

Carroll County Recreation Track Meet 

August Youth Day Camp 

4th-6th Soccer Program (Coach: Alan Laubenstein) 

Open Recreation for Youth 

Record Hops/Dance 

Adult Recreation (Volley Ball) 

Aerobic Exercise Classes 

Mens' Basketball, Mens' Softball - These programs were 
available to the community, but not under the direction 
of the Recreation Department. 

As always, your Recreation Department wishes to 
thank parents, sponsors, and other members of the com- 
munity for your continued support of our efforts to pro- 
vide programs for your children and you. 

Respectfullly submitted, 

WALLACE NUDD, JR. 

Director of Recreation 



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OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 

Due to the economy, the Planning Board experienced 
very little subdivision activity this past year. 

As a result of various sign complaints, on May 6th we 
held a Public Hearing on a proposed Sign Ordinance. 
Twenty nine persons attended. 

Local business men feared this would eliminate all 
signs in the Town of Ossipee and stressed the importance 
of signs to their businesses. Most of them objected to the 
major billboards in the Ossipee area, but felt that local 
businesses could not afford large signs. They also objected 
to proposed setbacks for signs and were against limiting 
the number of signs allowed per business. 

Many of the Greater Ossipee Area Chamber of Com- 
merce requested that the Board meet with them to discuss 
revisions to the Ordinance. 

In May Chamber of Commerce members met with the 
Planning Board to incorporate revisions they felt were 
necessary to protect their business interests. 

Also, Mark Wright, of Terrace Pines, came before the 
Board to point our that the limit of three off-site signs 
would create a hardship for his remote business location. 

The above revisions were noted by the Board, and on 
September 30 we held our second Public Hearing. T«n per- 
sons attended and there were no objections to the revised 
Sign Ordinance. In November the Sign Ordinance was 
presented to the voters and accepted by the Town of 
Ossipee. We feel that this Ordinance is a combined effort 
of the local business men and the Planning Board to pro- 
mote Ossipee area businesses and benefit our town. 

We attended the Law Clinics held in Meredith. These 



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have proved very helpful in keeping up with new planning 
laws. 

We welcomed a new member to the Board, Robert 
Wade, who replaced George Earnshaw. George was a 
faithful active member for six years. Other members in- 
clude Kenneth Leavitt; Margie Vacca, Lorraine Onufry, 
and Warren Witherell. 

NATALIE V. HALL, Secretary 
Ossipee Planning Board 



OSSIPEE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee. 

The Ossipee Conservation Commission met 
thoroughout the year on the first Wednesday every month. 

We now have five members who attend regularly. Dur- 
ing the past year we attended Planning Board hearings 
and made site inspections. We also attended hearings on 
the Solid Waste Disposal and will attend future meetings 
also. 

At the end of the year, we started getting involved in 
the Summer Brook Rearing Station problem. We feel that 
this tract of land should be returned to the town of Ossipee 
and remain in the public domain. 

MARILYN TILLINGHAST, 

Chairman 
RANDY LYMAN 
MARTHA FRENCH 
AL FOGG 
WILLIAM HUNT 
Commissioners 



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REPORT OSSIPEE DOG WARDEN FOR 1982 

Summary of Calls: 

114 Nuisance Calls 
5 Vicious Complaints 
33 Strays and 30 puppies picked up 
3 Reports of small Domestic animal harassment 
5 Dogs killed by cars 
69 Missing dogs reports. Majority of these reported as 

found by either owner or the Dog Warden 
3 Reports of mistreatment-referred to Humane 
Society 

A total of 2,275 miles were traveled by the Dog Warden 
in 1982 on complaints answered. 

248 Dog licenses were issued in 1982 

9 Civil Forfeitures were collected for non-compliance 
with Law. 

Despite the number of calls answered, I find that the 
majority responded to first warnings very well. I had few 
second visits to owners of nuisance causing dogs. 

My greatest concern this year has been the number of 
abandoned puppies within our town. There is a heavy 
penalty for this should I ever be able to prove ownership, 
and I look forward to taking anyone guilty of such ir- 
responsibility to court. 

I am glad the majority of owners care enough about 
the animals they have taken responsibility for to obey the 
laws concerning them, and call on a missing animal and 
claim those I have found. 

These are the people who make my job worthwhile. 
The others alone, would tend to make it unpalatable. I also 
want to thank those who understand and accept the warn- 
ings that are issued. You all make my job easier and I get 
to know some nice people. 

Respectfully, 
MARTHA A. FRENCH 
Dog Warden 
Town of Ossipee 



80 



COMMUNITY NURSE 

Visiting Nurse Association 

of Wolfeboro and Vicinity, Inc. 

Box 141, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 03894 

(603) 569-2729 

ANNUAL REPORT 
1982 

A total of 7414 home visits were made by the staff of 
the Visiting Nurse Association to 520 residents of our ser- 
vice area. The overall increase in visits is due to many 
factors, including earlier hospital discharge, greater 
awareness of our services by the general public and in- 
creasing co-operative efforts and referrals between health 
care providers. Federal regulations to attempt to contain 
hospital costs are now in effect and will result in even 
greater utilization of Home Health Services. 

Home Health care has always been the primary func- 
tion of this Agency, but Community Services and Clinics 
are consuming an increasing amount of Staff time. Adult 
Health Screening Clinics, in co-operation with local Lions' 
Clubs; Blood Pressure Screenings; and our Well Child 
Clinic Program have provided health services to an addi- 
tional 1067 individuals in the past year. 

In December we were able to offer dental cleaning and 
fluoride application to children enrolled in our Well Child 
Clinic Program for the first time. These children will be 
scheduled to receive this treatment every six months. 

Through contracts and co-operative agreements we 
have provided services to residents of The Ledges, and to 
the WIC Program of Southern Carroll County, the 
Wolfeboro Area Children's Center, the Wolfeboro Senior 
Citizen's Group, Hospice of Southern Carroll County, 
school children of Alton, Wakefield, and the Governor 
Wentworth Regional School District, Carroll County Men- 
tal Health, Carroll County Health and Home Care Ser- 
vices, Lakes Region Community Health Care. These co- 



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operative services are cost effective for all programs and 
result in increased services for a greater number of 
residents. 

We are grateful to the many local civic organizations 
who have donated equipment, services, and financial sup- 
port to our Agency Programs ; to organizations which have 
made space available for Clinic Programs, to the School 
Nurses and the many volunteers who have assisted us in 
providing services, and to you the taxpayers for your con- 
tinued support of our appropriation requests. 

Respectfully submitted, 
DAVENA R. DeWOLF, R.N. 

Nurse Administrator 



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OSSIPEE CONCERNED CITIZENS 

19S2 continued to be a year of increased activity for 
Ossipee Concerned Citizens, Inc. 

The Meals-on-Wheels program provided home 
delivered meals five dsiys per week to 50 area elderly. The 
Congregate Meals, served on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 
the Senior Center, served an additional 2500 meals and 
afforded those persons an opportunity to socialize and 
participate in organized activities. 

November brought to an end two years of waiting with 
the arrival of a new 15 passenger Van. Funding for the Van 
was provided through The New Hampshire Transportation 
Program and 2500.00 local match. The Van, which the 

Seniors have named "OSCAR", will enable us to provide 
transportation for shopping, medical, and recreational 
activities on a regular basis. 

The WIC (Women, Infants and Childrens) program 
served over 750 clients throughout Carroll County. The 
program provides health screening and nutritional 
counseling and food packages to pregnant and breastfeed- 
ing women, and infants and children up to five years of 
age. WIC is funded by The Department of Agriculture. 

Fundraising is an intergral part of obtaining revenues 
for Ossipee Concerned Citizens. Two projects which have 
become annual events, and which provide a large portion 
of these necessary funds are the Ossipee Independence 
Day Celebration and the O.C.C. Christmas Fair. Their 
success has been achieved by two factors: A highly active 
Board of Directors and Senior Citizens group, and the 
supportive attitude of the community. 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens Inc. is a unique organiza- 
tion which provides necessary services, beneficial 
programs and community activities, creating a positive 
community pride and spirit. 



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We take this opportunity to voice our gratitude to those 
people who support the program, to the interest and 
enthusiasm of the Board of Directors and volunteers, and 
to the conscientiousness of each staff member. 

Respectfully submitted, 
DONNA E.SARGENT 
Executive Director 



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OSSIPEE WATER DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The Town of Ossipee purchased the Ossipee Water 
Company in November of 1981, however water has flowed 
through pipes in this system since 1910 when the company 
was then known as the Ossipee Water & Electric Company. 

In 1969 the Ossipee Water Company received 
notification of loss of the hydrant insurance rate, due to its 
inability to provide flows of water adequate for fire protec- 
tion.. This, as you know, increased fire insurance 
preminums. 

January of 1980, the Town reviewed a study which was 
prepared to help the Selectmen in future planning of 
possible needs or changes to be affected on this Water 
system. 

Through application to Housing Urban Development 
(HUD) a block grant was awarded to the Town for 
purchase and improvement to the 70 year old system. 

You the voters and residents in 1981 gave the Select- 
men the go ahead to accept the Block grant and apply 
these funds to the Water system. The Selectmen had 
Hoyle, Tanner & Associates Inc. (HTA), a consultant firm 
of Londonderry, New Hampshire, design an adequate 
system for present and future needs, including fire 
protection abilities. 

Through the winter of January to March 1982, bids 
were submitted for this undertaking of replacement of old 
mains and hydrants in the impact area. On April 2, 1982 a 
contract was signed for work to commence immediately. 
The Contractor as you know, NCS Enterprises Inc. of 
Tilton, New Hampshire, was awarded the contract. 

This past summer you have witnessed water mains as 
well as sewer mains being installed, also services to 



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individual houses and businesses. The inconvenience and 
difficulties you confronted were real, however, we now 
have the Water Project 75 percent - 80 percent completed. 
Work on both Water & Sewer projects have slowed for the 
Winter months. 

Also I must advise you that the Insurance Service 
People (ISO) have run tests on the hydrant system and by 
late Spring we should be enjoying lower insurance 
premiums in the hydrant district. 

Hopefully most water users have experienced 
increased pressure and volume. 

In closing this newly commissioned department 
(Ossipee Water & Sewer Dept.) of one year, will strive to 
maintain and improve the systems ability to provide you 
with service. 

Respectfully, 

ROLAND C. STOCKBRIDGE 

Supt. Water & Sewer Department 



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THE OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD REPORT FOR 1982 

As we enter our 5th year as an integral part of the 
Emergency Services of the town of Ossipee, the Ossipee 
Rescue Squad has realized many accomplishments. We 
have come from a small group of First Responders to a 
highly trained Emergency Medical Team. 

In the past year, we have culminated a training 
program for young adults who are interested in the 
Emergency Medical Field. In this program we provide 
first aid training as well as some actual experience with 
rescue techniques in the field. 

Our equipment aquisition list is also growing. We now 
have one of the newest and most versatile vehicle 
extrication tools now on the market. The tool is produced 
by the Hurst company and is commonly referred to as the 
"Jaws of Life. ,, We also have obtained a cold water rescue 
suit which allows us the capability of executing a rescue in 
the coldest water without any danger to the rescuer. A 
fracture kit and air chisel have also been added to our 
inventory. 

Again, I would like to thank my officers and fellow 
squad members for the time, effort and dedication they 
have contributed to the cause of caring for the sick and 
injured. And also, I would again like to thank all the people 
who have supported us through the years and without 
which the Ossipee Rescue Squad would never have become 
a reality. 

Respectively, 
WAYNE K. ALESKA 
Captain, Ossipee Rescue Squad 

January 21, 1983 
OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD RESPONSES FOR 1982 

Cardiac Emergencies 9 

Vehicle Accidents 25 



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Medical Emergencies 
Fire Responses 
Babies Delivered 



OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 

Treasurer's Financial Report 

1982 



84 
18 

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Income 

Beginning Balance 1982 

Town 

Interest 

Loan (Fund Raising Account) 



Checking Account Balance 



Totals 



I 14.43 

5,000.00 

166.91 

621.42 



Expenses 




Gas 


$ 402.30 


Two-Way Radio's (Repairs) 


384.30 


Truck (Maintenance) 


340.93 


Mutual Aid Dues 


100.00 


Insurance 


2,068.00 


Scanners 


227.41 


Lights 


156.27 


Fuel Oil 


109.74 


New Station 


343.67 


Telephone 


287.49 


Stationery 


72.50 


Training 


462.50 


Rescue Equipment 


209.98 


Medical Supplies 


449.40 



$5,802.76 



$5,614.49 
188.27 

$5,802.76 
$5,614.49 



$ 188.27 



Respectfully Submitted, 
BELINDA WILLIAMS 
Treasurer Ossipee Rescue Squad 



88 



OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 


Fund Raising Report 




1982 




Income 




Beginning Balance 1982 


$2,449.10 


Interest 


78.83 


Donations 


1,521.20 


Jaws of Life 


509.00 


John Hodge Memorial 


520.00 


Harold Carter Memorial 


138.00 


Hilda Dubois Memorial 


20.00 


Fothergill Memorial Raffle 


500.00 


Bingo 


595.20 Profit 


Freedom Carnival 


200.23 Profit 


Fair 


80.77 Profit 



Expense 

Fund Raising 
Frac-Pak (Webb Fund) 
Rescue Equipment 
Medical Supplies 
Fuel Oil 

Two-Way Radios 
Telephone 



$6,612.33 



,568.19 
347.35 
255.69 
787.98 
911.84 
221.07 
98.69 



$4,190.81 



Checking Account Balance 



$2,421.52 



Respectfully Submitted, 
BELINDA WILLIAMS 
Treasurer Ossipee Rescue Squad 



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REPORT OF TOWN FOREST FIRE WARDEN 
AND STATE FOREST RANGER 

Forest fire prevention, our business, your business, 
good business ! This slogan has been the motto of the N.H. 
Division of Forests and Lands, Forest Fire Service since 
1909 when the first forest fire laws were passed by the 
Legislature. 

These laws set in place a cooperative forest fire pro- 
tection program of State and local forest fire personnel 
that has, in the past 75 years, established New Hampshire 
as a leader in forest fire prevention and control. Our an- 
nual acreage loss to forest fires of one-half acre per fire is 
the best in the nation. This fire record has come about 
through the cooperative efforts of our state/town forest 
fire protection program. The state provides detection of 
fires, training for local forest fire wardens, low cost forest 
fire suppression equipment to local fire departments, and 
technical advice at the fire ground. Local governments 
provide the volunteer fire fighters who are appointed as 
wardens and deputy wardens and who respond quickly to 
suppress reported forest fires. 

This program has resulted in a steady decline in an- 
nual acres lost to forest fires since 1910 when the avreage 
fire burned 33 acres compared to the modern day loss of 
one-half acre per fire. 

Only by the continued cooperation of the State/towns 
and our entire citizenry can this record by maintained. 

1982 STATISTICS 





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District 


City/Town 


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391 


34 


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161 3/4 


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96 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1982 

BALANCE SHEET 



ASSETS 

Cash on Hand 
From Town: 

Lawyers Fund 
From Others: 
Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


$ 691.52 
1,013.80 
8,404.98 


Total Assets 
Grand Total 

LIABILITIES 

Unexpended appropriation 

for Lawyer 
Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


$10,110.30 
$10,110.30 

$1,013.80 
$8,404.98 


Total Liabilities 

Liabilities (Surplus) 


$ 9,418.78 
691.52 



Grand Total $10,110.30 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Not submitted, available for inspection from precinct 
clerk. 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenues: 

From Taxes $37,668.00 

From Other Sources: 

Business Profit Tax 1,157.61 

Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 4,263.66 



Grand Total $43,089.27 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
Hydrants $3,856.50 

St. Lights 8,988.15 



97 



Precinct expenses 


12,503.25 


Maintenance-water rights 


5,450.55 


Snow Removal 


385.00 


Building Maintenance 


54.89 


Payment on Notes 


5,216.25 


Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


1,335.66 


Interest Paid 


547.50 


Capital Outlay: 




New Equipment 


4,060.00 


Cash on Hand End of Year 


691.52 



Grand Total $43,089.27 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 
INDEBTEDNESS 



Long Term Notes 

Outstanding: Pur p f 0,e Amount 

Indian Head Bank North ,,,ue 

(truck) G $5,216.25 



Total Long Term Notes 
Outstanding $5,216.25 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt $10,432.50 



Total $10,432.50 

Long Term Notes Paid $5,216.25 



Total $5,216.25 

Outstanding Long Term Debt $5,216.25 

CERTIFICATE 
This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY PALMER 
1/27/83 Treasurer 



98 



BUDGET OF THE CENTER OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Hydrants >, 

Street Lights 
Precinct Expense 
Maintenance - Water Rights 
Snow Removal 
Bldg. Maintenance 
Capital Outlay - Construction 
Capital Outlay - Equipment 
Principal of Debt 
Interest on Debt 
Capital Reserve Fund 

-to be raised by taxation 
Capital Reserve Fund 

voted from surplus 

Total Appropriations 
Or Expenditures 



Not 

Commissioner's Recommended Recommended 

Budget by Budget by Budget 

Current Year Committee Committee 



$4,160.00 


$4,160.00 


9,000.00 


9,000.00 


13,500.00 


13,500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


600.00 


600.00 


3,300.00 


3,300.00 


35,000.00 




4,000.00 


4,000.00 


5,216.25 


5,216.25 


273.75 


273.25 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


691.52 


691.52 



35,000.00 



$77,241.52 $42,241.52 $35,000.00 
i OF REVENUE AND CREDITS 



Surplus Voted to Off- 






set Capital Reserve 






Appropriations 


$691.52 


$691.52 


BPT 


$1,300 


$1,300 


Total Revenues Except Precinct 






Taxes 


$1,991.52 


$1,991.52 


Amount to be Raised by 






Precinct Taxes 


$75,250.00 


$75,250.00 


Total Revenues and 






Precinct Taxes 


$77,241.52 


$77,241.52 



ISAAC L. BUSWELL JR. 
GERALD McDUFFEE 
HARRY ELDRIDGE JR. 
RALPH W. BROWNELL 
RALPH P. DUBE 



DAVID L. WALSH 

CHRISTINE P. POWERS, Chairman 

DAVID A. HELME 

DONNA E. SARGENT 

KEITH W. BUSWELL 



CERTIFICATION 

This is to certify that the information contained in Column 4, Ap- 
propriations voted at Precinct Meeting, was taken from official records 
and is complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

LORETTA STOCKBRIDGE 
Precinct Clerk 



99 



FINANCIAL REPORT 

OF THE OSSIPEE PRECINCT "A" 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1982 

ASSETS 

Capital Reserve Funds $12,219.79 



Grand Total $12,219.79 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Reserve Funds $12,219.79 



Grand Total 


i 


(12,219.79 


RECEIPTS 






From Other Sources: 






Sewer Rents 


$385.00 




Other: 






Interest 


352.18 




N.H. Profits Tax 


19.47 




Total Receipts from All Sources 




$756.65 


Grand Total 




$756.65 


PAYMENTS 






Current Maintenance Expenses: 






Annual Meeting 


$ 17.55 




Repairs to Sewer 


192.00 




Pumping Tanks 


325.00 




Assoc. Dues 


77.50 





Total Current Maintenance Expenses $612.05 

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 144.60 

Grand Total $756.65 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JUNE C. LOUD 
Treasurer 
Date 1/24/83 



100 



1983 BUDGET OF THE PRECINCT "A" 
APROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Sewer Maintenance ^ 
Annual Meeting 

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES 



Commissioners Recommended 

Budget By Budget 

Current Year Committee 



$950.00 
$50.00 



$950.00 
$50.00 



$1000.00 $1000.00 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 





Estimated 

Revenue 

By Budget 

Commissioners 


Estimated 

Revenue 

By Budget 

Committee 


BPT 


$25.96 


$25.96 


Interest 


50.00 


50.00 


Withdrawals from Capital Reserve 
Funds 


924.04 


924.04 


Amount to be Raised 






By Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and Precinct Taxes 



$1000.00 



$1000.00 



DAVID L. WALSH 
ISAAC L. BUSWELL 
GERALD McDUFFEE 
HARRY ELDRIDGE JR. 
RALPH W. BROWNELL 



RALPH P. DUBE 
CHRISTINE P. POWERS 
DAVID A. HELME 
DONNA E. SARGENT 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in Col- 
umn 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting was 
taken from official records and is complete to the best of 
my knowledge and belief. 

JUNE LOUD 
Precinct Clerk 



101 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1982 



ASSETS 






Cash on Hand 


$ 500.00 




From Others: 






State of New Hampshire 


349.08 




Ossipee Rescue Squad 


981.61 




Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


6,866.04 




Total Assets 




$8,696.73 


GRAND TOTAL 


$8,696.73 


LIABILITIES 






Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 




$6,866.04 


Total Liabilities 


$6,866.04 


Excess of Assets over Liabilities 






(Surplus) 




1,830.69 



GRAND TOTAL $8,696.73 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

West Ossipee Fire Station 
Land $10,000.00 

Building 60,000.00 





$70,000.00 


Jewell Hill Fire Station 




Land 


$ 1,000.00 


Building 


25,000.00 




$26,000.00 


Engine No. 1 


$70,000.00 


Engine No. 2 


48,000.00 


Tank No. 1 


30,000.00 


Tank No. 2 


6,000.00 


Air System 


2,543.00 



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Aux. Equipment 


23,500.00 


Furniture Not on Vehicles 


4,000.00 


Total Valuation 


$280,043.00 


RECEIPTS 




Current Revenues: 




From Taxes: 


$37,567.00 


From Other Sources: 




State of New Hampshire 


1,047.25 


Interest 


81.23 


Total Receipts 


$38,695.48 


Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 


.07 


GRAND TOTAL 


$38,695.55 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses 




Heat 


$ 2,870.49 


Electric 


917.81 


Gasoline 


1,048.51 


Insurance 


3,462.98 


Telephone 


365.10 


Mutual Aid Dues 


350.00 


Maintenance: 




Buildings 


304.92 


Vehicles 


2,333.41 


Auxiliary Equipment 


1,489.19 


Services 


400.00 


Training 


446.82 


Legal & Checks 


50.40 


Payment on Notes 


10,642.85 


Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


5,206.05 


Interest Paid 


1,816.61 


Capital Outlay 


6,490.41 


Total Payments 


$38,195.55 


Cash on Hand End of Year 


500.00 



GRAND TOTAL 



$38,695.55 



103 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1982 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 
No. 4001 Fire Station $11,285.75 

No. 4002 Equipment 10,000.00 



Total Long Term Notes Outstanding $21,285.75 



Total Long Term Indebtedness - 
December 31, 1982 $21,285.75 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt 
December 31, 1981 $31,928.60 



Total $31,928.60 

Long Term Notes Paid $10,642.85 



Total $10,642.85 



Outstanding Long Term Debt 
December 31, 1983 $21,285.75 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

Clerk-Treasurer 
January 28, 1983 



104 



1983 BUDGET OF THE WEST OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Recommended 

Commissioner's Bv 

Budget Budget 

Current Year Committee 



Heat 


$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 


Electric 


1,100.00 


1,100.00 


Gasoline 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Insurance 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


Telephone 


450.00 


450.00 


Mutual Aid 


750.00 


750.00 


Maintenance 






Buildings 


300.00 


300.00 


Vehicles 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


Auxiliary Equipment 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


Services 


400.00 


400.00 


Training 


600.00 


600.00 


Capital Outlay - Equipment 


9,000.00 


9,000.00 


Principal of Debt 


10,642.85 


10,642.85 


Interest on Debt 


1,263.86 


1,263.86 


Capital Reserve Fund 






to be raised by taxation 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES $40,006.71 40,006.71 

SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 



State of New Hampshire 
Ossipee Rescue Squad 

TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 
PRECINCT TAXES 



Estimated 

Revenue 

By Commissioners 

$1,300.00 
766.98 



Estimated 

Revenue 

By Budget 

Committee 

$1,300.00 
766.98 



$2,066.98 $2,066.98 



105 



AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 
BY PRECINCT TAXES 

TOTAL REVENUES AND 
PRECINCT TAXES 



$37,939.73 $37,939.73 



$40,006.71 $40,006.71 



Date February 9, 1983 

Budget Committee 
HARRY ELDRIDGE, JR. 
RALPH W. BROWNELL 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
RALPH P. DUBE 
DAVID L. WALSH 
ISAAC L. BUSWELL, JR. 
GERALD McDUFFEE 
CHRISTINE POWERS, Chairman 
DAVID A. HELME. 
KEITH BROWNELL 

CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in Col- 
umn 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting was 
taken from official records and is complete to the best of 
my knowledge and belief. 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

Precinct District Clerk 



106 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT AND POWER 

PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1982 

ASSETS 



Cash on Hand - General Fund 


$ 24.17 


Amounts due to Precinct: 




From Town: 


30,102.00 


From Others: 




Revenue Sharing 


424.86 


Voided 1981 Check 


360.00 


Insurance Rebate 


136.00 


Insurance Claim 


113.38 


Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


8,779.43 


Total Assets 


$39,939.84 



Grand Total $39,939.84 



LIABILITIES 

Bills Owed by Precinct: 
Insurance $ 1,868.00 

Electricity-Fire Station 470.03 

Fuel Oil - Fire Station 1,452.84 

Telephone 280.43 

Mutual Aid Dues 350.00 

Street Lights 2,790.59 

Firemen's Reimbursement 3,000.00 

Maintenance Comm. 517.99 

Maint. Fire Station 548.96 

Maint. Fire Trucks 3,554.91 

Clerk/Treas. Expenses 121.18 

Firemen's Expenses 311.63 

Maint. Fire Equipment 863.06 

Fire Chief's Expenses 434.69 

Fire Truck Debt 8,435.26 

Capital Outlay Equip. 4,636.67 



107 



Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 8,779.43 

1982 1,524.17 



Total Liabilities $39,939.84 

Liabilities (Surplus) 0.00 



Grand Total $39,939.84 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Lands & Buildings: 

Firehouse & Land $19,500.00 

Furniture & Aparatus: 

Trucks & Tanks 98,000.00 

Firefighting Equipment 32,636.67 



Total Valuation $150,136.67 

RECEIPTS 



Current Revenues: 




From Taxes 


$30,102.00 


From Other Sources: 




Revenue Sharing 


424.86 


Voided 1981 Check 


360.00 


Insurance Rebate 


136.00 


Insurance Claim 


113.38 


Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 


24.17 


Grand Total 




PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses: 




Insurance 


$1,868.00 


Electricity, Fire Station 


470.03 


Fuel Oil, Fire Station 


1,452.84 


Telephone 


280.43 


Mutual Aid Dues 


350.00 


Street Lights 


2,790.59 


Maint. Communications 


517.99 


Maint. Fire Station 


548.96 


Maint. Fire Trucks 


3,554.91 



$31,160.41 



108 



Clerk/Treas. Expenses 


121.18 




Firemen's Expenses 


311.63 




Maint. Fire Equipment 


863.06 




Firemen's Reimbursement 


3,000.00 




Fire Chief's Expenses 


434.69 




Payment on Notes 


6,600.00 




Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


1,524.17 




Interest Paid 


1,835.26 




Capital Outlay 


4,636.67 




Cash on Hand End of Year 




0.00 



Grand Total $31,160.41 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1982 



Long Term Notes 






Outstanding: 






Wolfeboro National Bank 


El 


$2,400.00 


Wolfeboro National Bank 


E2 


29,400.00 



Total Long Term Notes 
Outstanding $31,800.00 



Total Long Term Indebtedness — 
December 31, 1981 $31,800.00 



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1981 $31,800.00 



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Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 1982 
Long Term Notes Paid $6,600.00 

Total $6,600.00 



Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1982 $25,200.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JACKIE BRACKETT 

Treasurer 
Date: 2/4/83 



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1983 BUDGET OF THE OSSIPEE CORNER 

LIGHT & POWER PRECINCT 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Insurance 

Electricity - Fire Station 
Fuel Oil - Fire Station 
Telephone 
Mutual Aid Dues 
Street Lights 

Firemans reimbursement 
Maintenance - communications 
Maintenance - fire station 
Maintenance - fire trucks 
Clerk - Treasurers expenses 
Maintenance - fire equipment 
Road sign maintenance 
Fire chiefs expenses 
Firemans expenses 
Capital Outlay - Equipment 
Principal of Debt 
Interest on Debt 
Capital Reserve Fund 
to be raised by taxation 

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES 



Commissioner's 

Budget 

Current Year 


Recommended 

By 

Budget 

Committee 


$2,600.00 
600.00 


$2,600.00 
600.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


250.00 


250.00 


750.00 


750.00 


3,000.00 

3,500.00 

800.00 


3,000.00 

3,500.00 

800.00 


1,500.00 

3,500.00 

200.00 


1,500.00 

3,500.00 

200.00 


1,000.00 
150.00 


1,000.00 
150.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


5,200.00 
4,200.00 
1,480.50 


5,200.00 
4,200.00 
1,480.50 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


$33,230.50 


$33,230.50 



SOURCES OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 



Business Profit Tax 

TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 
PRECINCT TAXES 



Estimated 


Estimated 


Revenue 


Revenue 


By 


By 


Commissioners 


Budget 




Committee 


$500.00 


$500.00 



$500.00 



$500.00 



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AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 
BY PRECINCT TAXES 32,730.50 32,730.50 



TOTAL REVENUES AND 
PRECINCT TAXES $33,230.50 $33,230.50 



Date February 9, 1983 
Budget Committee: 
RALPH W. BROWNELL 
HARRY ELDRIDGE, JR. 
RALPH P. DUBE 
DAVID L. WALSH 
ISAAC L. BUSWELL, JR. 
GERALD McDUFFEE 
CHRISTINE POWERS, Chairman 
DAVID A. HELME 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
KEITH BROWNELL 



CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in Col- 
umn 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, was 
taken from official records and is complete to the best of 
my knowledge and belief. 

BARBARA COPP 

(Precinct or Village District Clerk) 



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